The Morbidly Obese Ninja

The Morbidly Obese Ninja - Carlton Mellick III Every single thought you have when you look at this book is exactly right. It is ridiculous. It is cheesy in its own way, pointless. The characters aren't fleshed out enough to form any real attachment, aren't complex enough for caring about. But the story was funny - laugh out loud funny, which is amazing to me, especially, because I am so far from the laughing while reading type of person that it's disgusting.

This story was silly. It was weird. It was precisely what it said on the tin: an episode of anime in the form of written word. It was flawlessly executed -- and it's worth a mention, in my opinion, that I've not yet read anything by Mellick that wasn't. Whatever goal he sets, he crushes it. Fucking. Crushes. It.